This feature includes two managers in the play-offs and another couple just a point outside. Ouch.
Fulham have appointed caretaker manager Scott Parker as their new permanent boss.
It's difficult to argue with Scott Parker, celebrating his first win as a manager against in-form Everton.
"Performances have got better but ultimately we sit here with no wins for some time, so the result is key."
What can Scott Parker - or anyone else - do when his players refuse to stop shooting themselves in the foot?
Can Burnley pick up enough points before an awful run-in? Can Scotty P plug the holes in Fulham's defence?
Scott Parker has no friends. So seeing a meaty old text from Sir Alex Ferguson must have shocked him.
Fulham have replaced "risk-free" with Scott. E by sacking Claudio Ranieri and appointing Parker.
Liverpool bloody love signing a relegated player. Hey, even Man United and Chelsea have done it before.
Can you imagine looking to Eric Dier for inspiration? Or Michael Owen? Or Fabian bloody Delph?
Former Spurs midfielder Scott Parker has returned to the club as a coach and ambassador.
Cumulative transfer fees, but with a difference. Only players who have never played outside the UK are allowed.
Never fear Villa, Newcastle, Norwich, Sunderland fans; some players do stay after relegation.
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